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    Jiasian Water Park
      Jiasian Water Park is located at Jiasian Bridge. There are Ecology lake, Kids Play ground, extreme sports grounds in the park. The park is an ideal place for camping, BBQ, Kite-flying and taking-a-walk and is a good place for vllagers and for parent-child having fun on the holiday.
     
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      Liouyi Mountain is also known as Luming Mountain; it rises an altitude of 783 meters, and belongs to the Wushan Mountain series of Alishan Mountain Range; it is located in the west side of the downtown area of this township, continuing from south to north; it is the border mountain between Kaohsiung County and Tainan County.

      The entire distance of the ridge trail is 4.9 km, with dense Taiwan acacia trees, camphor trees, tung oil trees, Mahogany trees and plum trees. It possesses a clear and broad field of vision, where on the south, one can look into Wushan Mountain and Tainiouhu Mountain; on the west one can observe Nanhua Reservoir; on the north one can view Denghuo Jiandeng Mountain; and on the east, one can see Yushan Mountain Range and the Central Mountain Range.

    Liouyi Mountain Trail  There are various scenic spots along the route of the trail with magnificent and beautiful sceneries, including a platform for observing the lake; platform for enjoying the plum flowers; Yicing platform; scenic-observing bridge; Triangulation point Liouyi Mountain Memorial Tomb; Wukou scenic observation deck; scenic pavilion and reservoir observation pavilion etc.

      This mountain trail has already been listed as a National Forest Trail by Forestry Bureau since Min-Guo 92 (2003); the entire route was completed in February 2006, with four entrances including Si-De trail entrance; Gong-Guan trail entrance; Bai-Ye trail entrance and Zih-Sia trail entrance; thus it is truly an excellent place for hiking.

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    Baiyun Mountain  Baiyun Mountain was known as “Potingjian” during the 19th year of Cing Daoguang Dynasty (1839), and it was renamed as “Baiyun (White cloud) Mountain” in 1968 by provincial president, Huang Jie when he saw this mountain was covered with white clouds while he was inspecting the constructional engineering work of Southern Cross Island Highway. The altitude for this mountain is 1044 meters, and there is a one and only first grade Triangulation Point in Jiasian region on top of the mountain.

      There are numerous plantations such as tung oil trees and ferns along the trail, accompanied with chirping of birds and shadows from trees, where one can feel completely relieved. Trees grow well in the proximity of the Triangulation Point, and one can view closely at Nanpoting Mountain, Shueidonggua Mountain and Liouguei village, and at a distant, one can see the Central Mountain Range. (Extracted from “Lead all the way” written by Mr. You Yong-Fu).

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    Neiying Mountain and Waiying Mountain
      They both belong to the Yushan Mountain Range with the same height, and are located just on the east side of Jiasian downtown. From the Triangulation Point of Waiying Mountain to the peak of Neiying Mountain only requires a 40 minutes walk, and both of these mountains are the border mountain for this township and Liouguei Township. Neiying Mountain has an altitude of 1151 meters; Waiying Mountain has an altitude of 1065 meters. There are two entrances to enter these two mountains; one on the west and the other on the south; both routes are filled with trees along the way, including man-cultivated trees such as Ma Bamboo, plum, fir and olive trees, as well as secondary trees such as Trema orientalis (L.) Blume. If entering from the west entrance, there is a mountain road leading directly there, where one can enjoy the sceneries of Jiasian downtown and the mountainous Liouyi Mountain; if entering from the south entrance, the mountain road transforms into a not so obvious mountain trail after a while, but it certainly is the most fun in the wild with the primitive and natural grasses and trees. Both routes are recommended. (Extracted from Lead all the way written by Mr. You Yong-Fu)
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